It's difficult to know why one should listen to a American-Pakistani on this matter: would the Palestinians agree with her? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Alfie
    • 27.07.13 | 22:06 (IDT)

    Would it not make make more sense to ask Palestinians and Israeli Arabs what they think of a boycott? This article seems like a fishing expedition to find an politically acceptable token - a Pakistani-American Muslim woman - willing to express an anti-BDS sentiment. Whether or not BDS is a good idea, this choice of author may not be very representative of Palestinian beliefs, and may be more about wishful thinking in Israeli journalism. Would the people Qanta Ahmed purports to defend agree with her?

    from the article: The poverty of boycotting Israel
    First published 14:20 25.07.13 | Last updated 14:20 25.07.13
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